Emiliano Maggi, Body Realms (2016)
       
     
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Emiliano Maggi, Body Realms (2016)
       
     
Emiliano Maggi, Body Realms (2016)

A performance conceived to express the deep relationship between real and corporeal, a research on the possibilities of reconnecting with the society starting from ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) approach to the world. Flanked by ASD specialists during their training, children who have developed this special relationship with the world are often invited to hide themselves in nylon fabric from the eyes of the others: when not seen, they can imagine reality beyond their own sensorial space and, in so doing, they can start a new communication with the others.

Emiliano Maggi along with the conductor Giovanni Gava, the Choir of Libera Accademia di Roma and a group of performers give life to a special performance of music and dance that wants to pay homage to the special attitude and experience of ASD children: accompanied by the music of medieval ballads and dancing hidden by white nylon fabric, the artist himself and his performers become living sculptures who, as the ASD children, can explore an emotional-corporeal freedom and joy of life.

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